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Richard Conway

Richard Conway is Reporter/Producer for TIME LightBox. He previously worked as a homepage photo editor at TIME.com. Conway is an author at Phaidon's Wallpaper* City Guides, and was editor of Plan magazine, one of Ireland's largest design publications. He has covered arts and culture for the Guardian, the Irish Times, LIFE, Atlantic Cities, Huffington Post and the Irish Independent.

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Qin Hao
Toolbox

Meet Panono, the All-Seeing Camera You Toss in the Air

It might look a bit like space-age basketball, but it’s actually a portable, bounce-able Google streetview-style camera. Meet Panono, a passion project by Berlin-born photographer Jonas Pfeil.

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A woman and children hide inside Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, Sept. 21, 2013.
Out There

Tyler Hicks, Josh Haner Pick Up 2014 Photography Pulitzer Prizes

New York Times photographers Tyler Hicks and Josh Haner have both won Pulitzer Prizes.

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Miranda Lichtenstein
Out There

Beautiful Lies at Giverny: Vibrant Polaroids by Miranda Lichtenstein

At first glance, Miranda Lichtenstein’s Polaroids may seem to be simply vibrant, pastel-infused studies of flowers. But look a little closer, and they get just a little less bright – and even more interesting.

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In Pakistan, Giant Portrait Puts Face on Drone Strikes

A group of artists in north-west Pakistan have installed a huge skyward-facing poster of a young child in a field, to help raise awareness of the numerous victims of drone attacks in the region.

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Anastasia Taylor-Lind
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iPhone Meets Hasselblad: Analog and Digital Unite in Ukraine

“Views from my Bellybutton” is a side-project by Ukraine-based VII photographer Anastasia Taylor-Lind. Her video portraits of Ukraine protesters are the result of Taylor-Lind mounting an iPhone onto her Hasselblad camera — giving us a unique view of her working process

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Sebastian Liste won the Alexia grant for his project, "The New Culture of Violence in Latin America." Part of this project was commissioned by TIME In this image, Ana celebrates her birthday, Jan. 22, 2011 . She was born and has grown up inside the abandonated chocolate factory in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. This impoverished community took up residence in an old abandoned chocolate factory on the coast in Salvador de Bahia. Despite the lack of socio-economic support from the government, they have managed to make a safe place for themselves to live, and form a community of their own, which is safer that the alternatives available to them. However they are currently being evicted by the government due to being there illegally.
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Sebastián Liste wins 2014 Alexia Foundation Grant

Sebastián Liste has picked up the The Alexia Foundation’s $20,000 professional grant for 2014 for his project “The New Culture of Violence in Latin America.”

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Police restraint, 1979
Out There

On Everybody Street: Meet New York’s Famous Street Photographers

Everybody Street, a new documentary by Cheryl Dunn, chronicles the life and work of 13 of New York’s most renowned street photographers

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Martine's legs, 1967
Photo Essay

Henri Cartier-Bresson and Martine Franck: Love Through a Lens

Martine Franck’s and Henri Cartier-Bresson’s intimate portraits of each another provide an insight into the romantic life of the famous husband and wife team.

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Central African Republic
Photo Essay

Amid the Violence: Central African Republic’s Looted Storefronts

Jerome Delay’s images of looted Muslim-owned stores in Bangui, the country’s capital, provide an unsettlingly quiet look at the results of the ongoing conflict.

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Philippe Halsman Archive
Out There

Philippe Halsman: Surprising, Playful Portraits by a Master

Few portrait photographers could claim to be as prolific as Philippe Halsman. Now a new exhibition and book are set to shed more light on his creative process while revealing rarely seen Halsman photos.

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